Our programs consist of counseling, support groups and sefl-esteem camps for children and adults.
We believe the most important thing anyone can do to be sure her eyes are in great condition is to get regular eye exams from a licensed professional. Most eye care professionals recommend yearly checkups, advocating for a visit every two years at the bare minimum and only if you haven’t experienced any noticeable problems.
A well trained ophthalmologist or optometrist will be able to spot most ocular trouble or irregularities before much damage has occurred. Additionally, your eye doctor can prescribe corrective lenses to sharpen blurry vision or correct astigmatism.
In addition to your usual checkups, it’s important not to hesitate from seeing your doctor if you ever experience eye problems, however minor. Even small changes in eye sight or comfort can indicate underlying issues or the beginning of a larger problem. In the event of foreign materials or chemicals entering the eye, treat the situation as an emergency and get to a hospital immediately.